WANTED BBQ JUDGES!!
Headwaters For Heroes
P.O. Box 336
Harper, TX 78631
or email Steven Sweeney
WANTED BBQ JUDGES!!
1 st ANNUAL
HEADWATERS FOR HEROES
BBQ COOKOFF & CAR SHOW
Sanctioned by Central Texas BBQ Association
October 21 st & 22 nd , 2016
229 S. Ranch Road 783
Harper, Texas 78631
Entry Fees: $50 per meat or $125 for all three meats with 60% of entry fees pay
back along with added money for each category.
Additional Categories: Beans $25, Chili $25, Bloody Mary $25, Margarita $25
Jackpot 50/50 split winner take all.
Special Category: Youth (18 and under) Ribs $20 100% to pay back first three
Other events include 50/50 Raffle and Rifle Raffle.
Check in starts Friday Oct 21 st at noon with cooks meeting at 7:00 pm. With
Turn in Saturday Oct 22 nd starting with Chili at 11:00, Beans at 12:00, followed by
chicken at 1:00, Adult ribs at 2:00, Youth ribs at 3:00, brisket at 4:00,
Bloody Mary and Margarita turn in at 8:00 pm.
Awards after judging.
Must be fully self contained for water and electrical
Lodging available in Kerrville and Fredericksburg
To Enter go to www.headwatersforheroes.com
For more information contact Damon Clark at 830-739- 1328, firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven Sweeney at 830-992- 1192, email@example.com
All proceeds go to Headwaters for Heroes for programs benefitting our Combat
Wounded Veterans and Gold Star Families.
TTHA BBQ COOK OFF Results.
Headwaters for Heroes Cookers attended the 5th Annual Texas Trophy Hunters Assoc BBQ Cook Off this past week end at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio.
What a time we had. Our purpose was to not only have fun but use this event as a means to net work and spread the word of what Headwaters for Heroes does for our combat veterans. It was a true success, the Texas Trophy Hunters Assoc could not have been a host. They were very accommodating to all our needs, especially Jennifer Beaman.
Our team had a great time and we ended up with a 14th out of 82 on our brisket, which is an accomplishment since there were some real hard core competitors there.
I have to admit I was very surprised considering I thought our brisket was to dry. It was incredibly tender and had a fantastic smoke ring. But I felt our other entries were better.
Aaron Kumomato cooked the wild game entry that was so good, we could not stop eating the samples. It was his recipe for the rub and sauce. He did one hell of a job with the presentation. But at the end of the day the judges seem to partial to dove and quail.
Our chicken was tasty, juicy, and a perfect color but no placing.
Our ribs were borderline fall off the bone tender and had a great taste but once again no placing.
The actual cooking team consisted of Aaron Kumomato, Danny Denson, Dustin Sweeney, and Steven Sweeney.
In attendance cheering us on, helping with set up and tear down were James Spivey, Matthew Wellman, Kenneth Thomas, Nicholas Laurel, David Carpenter, Peter Steidnick, Travis Worrell, Tricia Denson, Terry and Lisa Wolle.
Like I mentioned before our primary goal was to meet like mended people to net work with and spread the word of who we are. We did have a separate booth for Headwaters for Heroes, and I want to thank Tricia Denson, Lisa Wolle, and Terry Wolle for an awesome job of running that booth. They meet many people and already have generated the interest of those people. Know we need to cultivate the interest. Because of their efforts the ground work has been laid to start a long lasting relationship with the Texas Trophy Hunters Assoc.
It was a blast, and Headwaters for Heroes will be doing the cooking for our 3rd Annual Benefit coming up on April 25th.
Headwaters for Heroes